All posts by Audrey Seddon
Top Five Things to Do in Montreal at Christmas Time
Every city has its own holiday traditions. Montreal’s French Catholic heritage plays a big part in the city’s observances of one of the most important calendar holidays, which is shown in the many concerts and church services. ...
- Posted December 3, 2014
Montreal Weekly Warmup November 30th to December 6th
Montreal Bach Festival Until December 7th This series of performances commemorates the life and music of German composer Johann Sebastian Bach. One of the most prominent musicians of the Baroque period, his work takes many forms from...
- Posted December 1, 2014
Best Hot Chocolate in Montreal
Chocolate is one of the ultimate comfort foods during the cold months, or any time of the year for that matter. Given the city’s French history, it’s clear that Montreal takes the confection seriously. Chain coffee shops...
- Posted November 24, 2014
Montreal Weekly Warmup November 23rd to November 29th
Voices of Hope: Mozart Mass in C Minor November 23rd As part of World AIDS Awareness Week, the Church of St. Andrew and St. Paul collaborates with the Montreal Symphony Orchestra Musicians’ Association to perform this grand...
- Posted November 22, 2014
Best Markets in Montreal
No city is complete without a good market. They are places for people to gather, socialize, and enjoy local products at more reasonable prices than many retailers. Montreal has several long-standing public markets that feature a wide...
- Posted November 22, 2014
Montrealers During NHL Season
You know that it is hockey season when you see people hanging the Montreal Canadiens’ team flag in their windows or you notice cars going by with tiny red and blue pennants attached to them. Fans on...
- Posted November 19, 2014
Montreal Weekly Warmup November 16th to November 22nd
SuperDogs November 16th The President’s Choice SuperDogs are coming to the Bell Centre with the most fun on four legs! Over 50 trained dogs will show off their skills in racing, jumping, and even performing to music....
- Posted November 17, 2014
A Walk Down Montreal Streets
Montreal has a rich history with its roots as an Iroquois village called Hochelaga to the French colony Ville-Marie. Its establishment as a prominent location in the Canadian fur trade followed by the British takeover began a...
- Posted November 9, 2014
Montreal Weekly Warmup November 9th to November 15th
Cuisine and Confessions Until November 16th Life happens in the kitchen: a warm, friendly gathering place where stories are made. Montreal’s TOHU circus company presents a mix of dance, theatre, and acrobatics that welcomes the audience into...
- Posted November 8, 2014
Top Five Views in Montreal
The city of Montreal is unique in that it was built on the largest island of what is now known as the Hochelaga Archipelago, a group of islands at the confluence of the Saint Lawrence and Ottawa...
- Posted November 2, 2014